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Translation of "reflection" - English-Polish dictionary

reflection

noun     /rɪˈflekʃən/
IMAGE [C]
B2 the image of something in a mirror, on a shiny surface, etc odbicie I saw my reflection in the window.The state of matter
THOUGHT [C, U] formal
when you think in a serious and careful way namysł He paused for reflection before answering my question. On reflection (= after thinking again), I think I was wrong.Thinking and contemplating
a reflection of sth
something that is a sign or result of a particular situation odbicie czegoś His poor job performance is a reflection of his lack of training.Showing and demonstrating
a reflection on sb/sth
something that makes people have a particular opinion about someone or something, especially a bad opinion odzwierciedlenie czegoś , odbicie czegoś , ujma dla kogoś/czegoś , ≈ źle świadczyć o kimś/czymś Low test scores are a sad reflection on our school system.Affecting and influencing
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